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Ordre de bataille de l'armée française le 20 juin
L'armée française est forte de 89 592 hommes, moins les 8 625 hommes de la division Muller qui ne participent pas à la bataille.

Aile droite
Elle est commandée par le général Marceau et est composée des:

•division Marceau (brigades Lorge et Hardy) forte de 7 961 hommes ;
•division Mayer (brigades Prestal et Lecourbe) forte de 8 517 hommes.
Cette aile avait sa droite au niveau de Auvelais et du bois de Copiaux en s'appuyant sur la Sambre et avait sa gauche aux alentours du Campinaire (proche de Lambusart). Les avant-gardes occupaient Wanfercée-Baulet et Velaine.

Centre
Le centre de l'armée est composé de trois divisions :

•division Lefebvre (brigades : Leval, Jacopin et Sultzmann) pour une force de 8 815 hommes. Cette division était rattachée à celle de Marceau au Campinaire (sur sa droite donc) et sa gauche était à Wagnelée. Son avant-garde était à Fleurus ;
•division Championnet (brigades : Legrand, Grenier et Lerivant) pour une force de 9 088 hommes. Cette division avait sa droite à Wagnelée et sa gauche aux alentours d'Heppignies. Son avant-garde tenait Mellet et Saint-Fiacre ;
•division Morlot (brigades : Olivier et Simon) pour une force de 8 578 hommes. Cette division avait sa droite en avant de Gosselies et sa gauche en avant de Thiméon.
Réserves du centre
•réserve d'infanterie Hatry composée des brigades Chapsal et Bonnet pour une force de 11 064 hommes, positionnée en retrait du centre à Ransart.
•division de cavalerie Dubois composée des brigades Soland et d’Hautpoul pour une force de 2 713 cavaliers. Elle est positionnée elle aussi à Ransart.
Aile gauche
Elle est composée de trois divisions, dont une, la division Muller n’est pas présente le jour de la bataille car envoyée en renfort au général Schérer pour défendre la Sambre jusqu'à Maubeuge :

•division Kléber (brigades : Duhesme, Fusier et Schlachter) pour une force de 9 969 hommes. Cette division est positionnée sur sa droite aux alentours de Gosselies et sur sa gauche sur les hauteurs en avant de Jumet, formant une seconde ligne de l'aile gauche ;
•division Montaigu (brigades : Richard, Poncet et Boisset) pour une force de 8 358 hommes. La droite de cette division est située à Piéton, son centre à Trazegnies et sa gauche aux alentours du bois de Monceau(Monceau-sur-Sambre) et de Forchies ;
•division Muller (brigades : Ransonnet et Chevalier) forte de 8 625 hommes, cette division ne participe pas à la bataille.
Réserve de gauche
•Brigade Daurier forte de 5 904 hommes, positionnée à Fontaine-l'Évêque, Leernes et Wespe.
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General of Division Jean-Baptiste Jourdan (75,000)

Army of the Moselle - Jourdan
Division: Jacques Hatry (11,000)
Brigades: Jean Chapsal, Jean Bonet
Division: Antoine Morlot (8,600)
Brigades: Jean Olivier, Simon
Division: Jean Championnet (9,100)
Brigades: Paul Grenier, Gabriel Lerivint
Division: François Lefebvre (8,800)
Brigades: Jean Leval, Jean-Baptiste Jacopin, Jean Sultzmann
Army of the North - Jean Kléber
Division: Guillaume Duhesme (10,000)
Brigades: Jean Schlachter, Louis Fuzier, Jean Bernadotte
Division: Montaigue (8,200)
Brigades: Joseph Richard, Antoine Poncet, Joseph Boisset
Army of the Ardennes
Division: François Marceau (6,000)
Brigades: Jean Lorge, Jean Hardÿ
Division: Pierre Meyer (5,500)
Brigades: Jean Prestat, Claude Lecourbe
Division: Charles Daurier (6,000)
Brigades: unknown
Cavalry Division: Pierre Dubois (2,300)
Brigades: Jean d'Hautpoul, Guillaume Soland

Austrian-Dutch Army
Josias of Saxe-CoburgFM Prince Josias of Coburg (32,000 infantry, 14,000 cavalry)

1st Column: William V, Prince of Orange
Brigade: Lieutenant General Prince von Waldeck
8 Dutch bns, 8 Dutch sqns, 2 Émigré sqns
Brigade: Major General Prince Friedrich of Orange
6 Dutch bns, 2 Swiss bns, 10 Dutch sqns, 2 Émigré sqns
Brigade: GM Johann Sigismund Riesch
2 Austrian bns, 3 Émigré bns, 2 Émigré sqns
2nd Column: FML Peter Quasdanovich
Brigade: 7 1/3 Austrian bns, 16 guns
3rd Column: FML Franz Wenzel, Graf von Kaunitz-Rietberg
Brigade: 5 Austrian bns, 3 Austrian sqns, 2(?) Émigré sqns, 16 guns
4th Column: FML Archduke Charles
Brigade: 7 1/3 Austrian bns, 16 sqns, 18 guns
5th Column: FML Johann Peter Beaulieu
Brigade: 16 Austrian bns, 20 Austrian sqns, 2 Émigré sqns, 18 guns
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MessageSujet: AUSTRO-DUTCH FORCES AT FLEURUS,26 June 17 Geert van Uythoven   26 juin 1794, fleurus EmptyMer 4 Nov - 4:49

AUSTRO-DUTCH FORCES
AT FLEURUS,

commanded by his Highness General Hereditary Prince of Orange-Nassau

26 June 1794
Composed by Geert van Uythoven, out of various sources

FIRST COLUMN (Prince Frederick of Orange and Nassau; Dutch)[13,414 men, 3,762 horses]
        ADVANCE GUARD (General Hohenzollern-Hechingen, Friedrich Franz Xaver; Austrian)
                  Korps Huzaren Van Timmerman (2 squadrons)[also called "Korps Roode Hussaren van Timmerman"]Dutch
                  Chevau-légers [“Kinsky”, 6 squadrons ?]Austrian
                  Jagers van Anspach (2 companies)Dutch
                  Jagers van Matthieu, Dutch
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 56 “Wenzel Colloredo” (1 battalion)Austrian
                  Pioneers, Austrian
                  Artillery (2x 12-pdr cannon, 1x 7-pdr howitzer)Dutch
                  Grenadier battalion “Van Solms” (1 battalion)1)Dutch
        MAIN FORCE
        Major-General Heinrich Prinz von Reuβ-Plauen (Austrian)
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 56 “Wenzel Colloredo” (1 battalion)Austrian
                  Hollandsche Gardes (‘Dutch Guards’) (1 battalion)Dutch
                  Garde Zwitsers (‘Swiss Guards’) (1 battalion)Swiss (in Dutch service)
                  Artillery (4x 12-pdr cannon, 2x 6-pdr cannon, 2x 7-pdr howitzer)Dutch
        Major-General baron Guillaume Anne de Constant-Villars (Dutch)
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 17 “Hohenlohe” (1 battalion)Austrian
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 4 “Wilcke” (1 battalion) Dutch, Lt-col Frederik Ernst count van Hohenlohe (Dutch)
                  Infanterie Regiment “Stockar de Neuforn” (1 battalion) Swiss (in Dutch service), Colonel-cdr Abraham Schmid de Molis (Dutch)
                  Grenadier battalion “Van Panhuijs” (1 battalion)2)Dutch
                  Artillery (2x 12-pdr cannon, 2x 6-pdr cannon, 1x 7-pdr howitzer)Dutch
        Major-General Carel Vincent van Boetzelaer (Dutch)
                  Regiment Cavalerie “Van Hessen-Philipstall” (2 squadrons)Dutch
                  Regiment Cavalerie “Van Tuyll van Serooskerken” (2 squadrons)Dutch
                  Kurassier Regiment No. 12 “Kavanaugh” (3 squadrons)Austrian

SECOND AND THIRD COLUMN
        ADVANCE GUARD (Major-general Johann Sigmund Graf Riesch; Austrian)
                  Korps Huzaren van Heeckeren (2 squadrons)[also called “Korps Zwarte Huzaren”]Dutch
                  Jagers van Bylandt (1 light battalion)Dutch
                  Légion Bourbon (2 squadrons)French emigrée’s (in Austrian service)
                  Korps van Béon (1 light battalion, 2 squadrons)French emigrée’s (in Dutch service)
                  Vorst van Waldeck, 5th Battalion (1 light battalion)German (in Dutch service)
                  Artillery (3x 6-pdr cannon, 2x 7-pdr howitzer)Dutch
        MAIN FORCE SECOND COLUMN (Lieutenant-general Frederik Fuerst von Waldeck; Dutch)
        Major-generals Baillet de la Tour (Austrian), G.L.F. von Haacke (Dutch), and Willem van der Duyn (Dutch)
                  Grenadier battalion “Van Raesfeldt” (1 battalion) 3)Dutch
                  Grenadier battalion “Van Buseck” (1 battalion) 4)Dutch
                  Grenadier battalion “Van Hessen-Philipstall” (1 battalion) 5)Dutch
                  Grenadier battalion “Mollenbruyn” (1 battalion) 6)Dutch
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 17 “Hohenlohe” (1 battalion)Austrian
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 31 “Benjovszky” (1 battalion)Austrian
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 34 “Anton Esterházy” (1 battalion)Austrian
                  Regiment Dragonders “Van Bylandt” (2 squadrons)Walloon (in Dutch service)
                 Regiment Dragonders “Van Hessen-Cassel” (2 squadrons)Dutch
                  Kurassier Regiment No. 12 “Kavanaugh” (3 squadrons)Austrian
                  Artillery (6x 12-pdr cannon, 3x 6-pdr cannon, 3x 7-pdr howitzer)Dutch
        MAIN FORCE THIRD COLUMN (Major-general Degenschield [?])
        Major-general Anthony Louis van Oyen (Dutch)
                  Regiment Hollandsche Gardes te Paard (2 to 3 squadrons)Dutch
                  Regiment Garde Dragonders (2 to 3 squadrons)Dutch
                  Chevau-léger Regiment No. 1 “Kaiser" (4 squadrons?)Austrian
                  Artillery (10x 12-pdr cannon, 3x 16-pdr howitzer)Dutch
        Major-general C. von Horn (Dutch); Colonel Michel Louis Ricard (Dutch)
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 34 “Anton Esterházy” (1 battalion)Austrian
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 6 “Welderen” (1 battalion)Dutch
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 18 “Von Wartensleben” (1 battalion)Dutch
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 15 “De Petit” (1 battalion)Dutch
                  Infanterie Regiment “Schmid” (2 battalions)Swiss (in Dutch service)
                  Infanterie Regiment “Oranje Gelderland” (1 battalion)Dutch
                  Infanterie Regiment Vorst van Waldeck, No. 1 (1 battalion)German (in Dutch service)
                  Grenadier Bataillon “De Briey” (1 battalion) 7)Austrian
                  Grenadier Bataillon “Adorian” (1 battalion)Austrian
                  Grenadier Bataillon “Biedescuty” (1 battalion)Austrian

Artillery: Besides the artillery already mentioned in the OB, attached to each Dutch infantry battalion were two 3-pdr cannon.


Footnotes:
1) Composed of the grenadier companies of the IR “Oranje-Nassau No. 1” (2 coys), “Oranje-Nassau No. 2” (2 coys), and “Erfprins van Oranje” (2 companies each).
2) Composed of the grenadier companies of the IR No. 7 “De Bons”, No. 16 “Mönster”, and No. 23 “Stuart” (2 companies each).
3) Composed of the grenadier companies of the IR No. 2 “Maneil”, No. 19 “Douglas”, and No. 24 “Bentinck” (2 companies each).
4) Composed of the grenadier companies of the IR No. 3 “Dopff”, No. 10 “Brakell”, and No. 13 “De Thouars” (2 companies each).
5) Composed of the grenadier companies of the IR No. 5 “Des Villates”, No. 6 “Van Welderen”, and No. 8 “Bosc de la Calmette” (2 companies each).
6) Composed of the grenadier companies of the IR No. 17 “Plettenberg”, “Markgraaf van Baden”, and “Nassau-Usingen” (2 companies each).
7) Composed of the grenadier divisions of the Infantry Regiments No. 9 “Clerfayt”, No. 30 “Ligne”, and No. 58 “Vierset” (6 companies strong)..

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AUSTRO-DUTCH FORCES
AT 1st FLEURUS,

commanded by his Highness General Hereditary Prince of Orange-Nassau

16 June 1794
Composed by Geert van Uythoven, out of various sources

FIRST AND SECOND COLUMN (General Jean-Pierre baron de Beaulieu; Austrian, General Werneck; Austrian)[17 battalions, 26 1/4 squadrons]
        Prince de Lichtenstein (Austrian), Major-general C. von Horn (Dutch)
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 15 “d’Alton” (2 battalions)Austrian
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 47 “Franz Kinsky” (2 battalions)Austrian
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 36 “Ulrich Kinsky” (2 battalions)Austrian
                  3rd bat. / Infanterie Regiment No. 37 “De Vins” (1 battalion)Austrian
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 40 “Mittrowsky” (1 battalion) [No.10]Austrian
                  Grenadier Bataillon “Biedescuty” (1 battalion)Austrian
                  Grenadier Bataillon “Adorian” (1 battalion)Austrian
                  Grenadier Bataillon “De Briey” (1 battalion)Austrian
                  Infanterie Regiment “Schmid” (1 battalion)Swiss (in Dutch service)
                  Grenadier battalion “Van Panhuijs” (1 battalion)1)Dutch
                  Infanterie Regiment “Oranje Gelderland” (1 battalion)Dutch
                  Grenadier battalion “Mollenbruyn” (1 battalion) 2)Dutch
                  Korps van Béon (1 light battalion, 2 squadrons)French emigrée’s (in Dutch service)
                  Korps van Damas (1 light battalion, 2 squadrons)French emigrée’s (in Dutch service)
                  Kurassier Regiment No. 29 “Erzherzog Franz” (4 squadrons)Austrian
                  Husaren Regiment No. 30 “Wurmser” (4 squadrons)Austrian
                  Husaren Regiment No. 17 “Erzherzog Leopold Alexander” (2 squadrons)Austrian
                  Hussards de Berchény (2 squadrons)French emigrée’s (in Austrian service)
                  Hussards ? de Carneville (1 company)French emigrée’s (in Austrian service)
                  Chevau-légers No. 7 “Kinsky” (6 squadrons)Austrian
                  Regiment Dragonders “Van Hessen-Cassel” (2 squadrons)Dutch
                  Regiment Dragonders “Van Bylandt” (2 squadrons)Walloon (in Dutch service)

THIRD COLUMN (Major-general Maximilien de Baillet de Latour; Austrian)[9 battalions, 16 squadrons]
        Welsch (Austrian), Major-general Johann Sigmund Graf Riesch (Austrian), Major-General Carel Vincent van Boetzelaer (Dutch)
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 23 “Toscane” (2 battalions)Austrian
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 18 “Von Wartensleben” (1 battalion)Dutch
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 17 “Hohenlohe” (1 battalion)Austrian
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 31 “Benjovszky” (1 battalion)Austrian
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 34 “Anton Esterházy” (1 battalion)Austrian
                  Vorst van Waldeck, 5th Battalion (1 light battalion)German (in Dutch service)
                  Infanterie Regiment Vorst van Waldeck, No. 1 (1 battalion)German (in Dutch service)
                  Jagers van Bylandt (1 light battalion)Dutch
                  Korps Huzaren van Heeckeren (2 squadrons)[also called “Korps Zwarte Huzaren”]Dutch
                  Hussar Regiment No. 35 “Barco” (2 squadrons)Austrian
                  Kurassier Regiment No. 12 “Kavanagh” (6 squadrons)Austrian
                  Chevau-légers Regiment No. 28 “Lobkowitz” (6 squadrons)Austrian

FOURTH COLUMN (Quasdanowich; Austrian)[7 1/3 battalions, 12 squadrons]
        Major-General Heinrich Prinz von Reuβ-Plauen (Austrian), Baron de Finke (Austrian)
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 42 “Erbach” (1 1/3 battalions)Austrian
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 20 “Kaunitz” (2 battalions)Austrian
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 54 “Callenberg” (1 battalion)Austrian
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 51 “Splenyi” (1 battalion)Austrian
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 14 “Klebeck” (2 battalions)Austrian
                  Hussar Regiment No. 2 “Kaiser" (4 squadrons)Austrian
                  Hussards de Saxe (2 squadrons)French emigrée’s (in Austrian service)
                  Kurassier Regiment No. 14 “Nassau” (6 squadrons)Austrian
                  16 guns?Austrian

FIFTH COLUMN (Wartensleben; Austrian)[9 battalions, 12 squadrons]
        Sebottendorf (Austrian), Major-general Willem van der Duyn (Dutch), Pfister (Austrian)
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 50 “Stain” (2 battalions)Austrian
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 17 “Hohenlohe” (1 battalion)Austrian
                  Infanterie Regiment No. 56 “Wenzel Colloredo” (1 battalion)Austrian
                  Grenadier battalion “Van Buseck” (1 battalion) 3)Dutch
                  Grenadier battalion “Van Raesfeldt” (1 battalion) 4)Dutch
                  Grenadier battalion “Van Solms” (1 battalion)5)Dutch
                  Grenadier battalion “Van Hessen-Philipstall” (1 battalion) 6)Dutch
                  Regiment Cavalerie “Van Hessen-Philipstall” (2 squadrons)Dutch
                  Regiment Cavalerie “Van Tuyll van Serooskerken” (2 squadrons)Dutch
                  Korps Huzaren Van Timmerman (2 squadrons)[also called "Korps Roode Hussaren van Timmerman"]Dutch
                  Hussar Regiment No. 2 “Kaiser" (4 squadrons)Austrian
                  Légion Bourbon (2 squadrons)French emigrée’s (in Austrian service)

Artillery: Besides the artillery already mentioned in the OB, attached to each Dutch infantry battalion were two 3-pdr cannon.


Footnotes:
1) Composed of the grenadier companies of the IR No. 7 “De Bons”, No. 16 “Mönster”, and No. 23 “Stuart” (2 companies each).
2) Composed of the grenadier companies of the IR No. 17 “Plettenberg”, “Markgraaf van Baden”, and “Nassau-Usingen” (2 companies each).
3) Composed of the grenadier companies of the IR No. 3 “Dopff”, No. 10 “Brakell”, and No. 13 “De Thouars” (2 companies each).
4) Composed of the grenadier companies of the IR No. 2 “Maneil”, No. 19 “Douglas”, and No. 24 “Bentinck” (2 companies each).
5) Composed of the grenadier companies of the IR “Oranje-Nassau No. 1” (2 coys), “Oranje-Nassau No. 2” (2 coys), and “Erfprins van Oranje” (2 companies each).
6) Composed of the grenadier companies of the IR No. 5 “Des Villates”, No. 6 “Van Welderen”, and No. 8 “Bosc de la Calmette” (2 companies each).

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French army

Jean-Baptiste Jourdan
General de Division Jean-Baptiste Jourdan (75,000)

Reserve artillery
Two foot artillery companies
Army of the Moselle
GdD Jean-Baptiste Jourdan

GdD Jacques Maurice Hatry (11,000)
GdB Jean-Antoine Chapsal
27th Line Infantry Regiment, 1st Battalion
44th Line Infantry Regiment, 1st Battalion
Moselle National Guard, 2nd and 3rd battalions
Côte-d'Or National Guard, 3rd Battalion
Seine-et-Oise National Guard, 6th Battalion
Doubs National Guard, 9th Battalion
11th Dragoon Regiment, three squadrons
18th Chasseurs à Cheval, one squadron
GdB Jean Pierre François Bonet
33rd Line Infantry Regiment, 2nd Battalion
58th Line Infantry Regiment, 2nd Battalion
Lot-et-Garonne National Guard, 1st Battalion
Loiret National Guard, 2nd Battalion
Var National Guard, 4th Battalion
One foot artillery company
GdD Antoine Morlot (8,600)
GdB Jean Baptiste Olivier
110th Line Infantry Regiment, three battalions
14th Dragoon Regiment, three squadrons
GdB Henri Simon
1st Line Infantry Regiment, three battalions
34th Line Infantry Regiment, three battalions
10th Cavalry Regiment, four squadrons
One foot artillery company
GdD Jean Étienne Championnet (9,100)
GdB Paul Grenier
18th Line Infantry Regiment, three battalions
1st Dragoon Regiment, three squadrons
GdB Gabriel Lerivint
59th Line Infantry Regiment, three battalions
94th Line Infantry Regiment, three battalions
4th Cavalry Regiment, three squadrons
One foot artillery company
GdD François Joseph Lefebvre (8,800)
GdB Jean François Leval
5th Line Infantry Regiment, 1st Battalion
54th Line Infantry Regiment, 2nd Battalion
99th Line Infantry Regiment, 2nd Battalion
9th Foot Chasseurs Battalion
GdB Jean-Baptiste Jacopin
13th Line Infantry Regiment, three battalions
80th Line Infantry Regiment, three battalions
149th Line Infantry Regiment, three battalions
GdB Jean Sultzmann
16th Light Infantry Battalion
1st Foot Chasseurs Battalion
18th Foot Chasseurs Battalion
Legion of the Moselle
One foot artillery company
Army of the North
GdD Jean Baptiste Kléber

GdB Guillaume Philibert Duhesme (10,000)
GdB Jean Schlachter
Saint-Denis National Guard, 1st Battalion
Vosges National Guard, 5th Battalion
4th Hussar Regiment, four squadrons
12th Chasseurs à Cheval Regiment, five squadrons
GdB Louis Fuzier
47th Line Infantry Demi-brigade, three battalions
Vienne National Guard, 2nd Battalion
Paris National Guard, 10th Battalion
Seine-et-Oise National Guard, 10th Battalion
GdB Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte
56th Line Infantry Demi-brigade, three battalions
32nd Light Infantry Battalion
Orne National Guard, 1st Battalion
Meurthe National Guard, 2nd Battalion
22nd Cavalry Regiment, four squadrons
One foot artillery company
GdD Anne Charles Basset Montaigu (8,200)
GdB Joseph Léonard Richard
10th Light Infantry Battalion
4th Foot Chasseur Battalion
6th Cavalry Regiment, one squadron
7th Dragoon Regiment, four squadrons
16th Chasseurs à Cheval Regiment, one squadron
GdB André Poncet
18th Line Infantry Demi-brigade, 1st Battalion
49th Line Infantry Demi-brigade, 1st Battalion
68th Line Infantry Demi-brigade, 1st and 2nd Battalions
89th Line Infantry Demi-brigade, 1st Battalion
GdB Joseph Boisset
Calvados National Guard, 2nd Battalion
Haut-Rhine National Guard, 2nd and 3rd battalions
Mayenne-et-Loire National Guard, 2nd Battalion
Nièvre National Guard, 2nd Battalion
Eure National Guard, 3rd Battalion
Somme National Guard, 5th Battalion
Oise National Guard, 6th Battalion
Two foot artillery companies
Detached from GdD Barthélemy Louis Joseph Schérer
GdB Charles Daurier (6,000)
18th Line Infantry Demi-brigade, 2nd Battalion
72nd Line Infantry Demi-brigade, 1st and 2nd battalions
Loiret National Guard, 1st Battalion
17th Cavalry Regiment, four squadrons
One foot artillery company
Cavalry Division: Paul-Alexis Dubois (2,300)
GdB Jean-Joseph Ange d'Hautpoul
12th Dragoon Regiment, four squadrons
2nd Hussar Regiment, two squadrons
6th Chasseurs à Cheval Regiment, four squadrons
One horse artillery company
GdB Guillaume Soland
6th Cavalry Regiments, four squadrons
8th Cavalry Regiments, four squadrons
One horse artillery company
Army of the Ardennes
GdD François Séverin Marceau-Desgraviers

GdD Marceau (6,000)
GdB Jean Thomas Guillaume Lorge
9th Line Infantry Regiment, three battalions
172nd Line Infantry Regiment, three battalions
Nord National Guard, 3rd Battalion
Pas-de-Calais National Guard, 8th Battalion
GdB Jean Hardy
Vendee National Guard, 1st Battalion
Volunteers National Guard, 2nd Battalion
11th Chasseurs à Cheval, four squadrons
One foot artillery company
GdD Jean Adam Mayer (5,500)
GdB Jean Charles Prestat
26th Line Infantry Regiment, three battalions
Nord National Guard, 2nd Battalion
Seine-Inférieur National Guard, 7th Battalion
GdB Claude Lecourbe
16th Light Infantry Battalion
Aisne National Guard, 4th Battalion
20th Chasseurs à Cheval, two squadrons
One foot artillery company
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